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Salmon-Buff Lukhnavi Chikan Sari with Floral Hand-Embroidery All-over

The art of Chikankari has been in the run since the Mughal era and continues to be a trendsetter even in the contemporary world. This traditional style of embroidery holds its origin from Lucknow and graces the personality of every woman when crafted on a sari. This delicate embroidery is a blend of multiple stitching patterns, often done on a light pastel coloured georgette fabric with white thread, for a subtle and classy look. The one you see on this page is a perfect example of the same, woven on a pure georgette salmon buff (yellowish-orange) lightweight fabric which makes it easy to wear, carry and simultaneously allows for a sober personality.
Chikakari is often decorated with white thread hand embroidery in Mughal architectural patterns of flowers, leaves and paisleys which have their inspiration from the rich Persian culture that reveals their love and affection for nature. A similar kind has been embroidered here with the main field lavishly filled with intrinsic motifs of bunches of leaves and pallu flourished with small flowers and stylized nature-inspired designs all over. The most striking one is the border embroidered in designer large paisleys along with the intense floral mesh at the bottom of the pallu.
If you are looking for elegant wear for your summer functions or any morning functions, then there can be no better fit than this georgette Lucknavi sari. Accessorize it with traditional uncomplicated danglers, matching bracelet, subtle makeup and get ready for your party charmer attire!
Salmon-Buff Lukhnavi Chikan Sari with Floral Hand-Embroidery All-over

The art of Chikankari has been in the run since the Mughal era and continues to be a trendsetter even in the contemporary world. This traditional style of embroidery holds its origin from Lucknow and graces the personality of every woman when crafted on a sari. This delicate embroidery is a blend of multiple stitching patterns, often done on a light pastel coloured georgette fabric with white thread, for a subtle and classy look. The one you see on this page is a perfect example of the same, woven on a pure georgette salmon buff (yellowish-orange) lightweight fabric which makes it easy to wear, carry and simultaneously allows for a sober personality.
Chikakari is often decorated with white thread hand embroidery in Mughal architectural patterns of flowers, leaves and paisleys which have their inspiration from the rich Persian culture that reveals their love and affection for nature. A similar kind has been embroidered here with the main field lavishly filled with intrinsic motifs of bunches of leaves and pallu flourished with small flowers and stylized nature-inspired designs all over. The most striking one is the border embroidered in designer large paisleys along with the intense floral mesh at the bottom of the pallu.
If you are looking for elegant wear for your summer functions or any morning functions, then there can be no better fit than this georgette Lucknavi sari. Accessorize it with traditional uncomplicated danglers, matching bracelet, subtle makeup and get ready for your party charmer attire!
Dashabhujadhari Lord Pancamukha Temple Sculpture
A temple sculpture is a sculpture that draws heavily from the architecture and iconography of ancient Indian temples. As such, temple sculptures are particularly ornate and especially fit to be housed in your home, office, or community temple. The Pancamukhi Hanuman that you see on this page is a fine example of the same. It is fashioned from strong, homegrown wood and infused with a world of detail. Given the difficult nature of the medium to work with, it is proof of the sheer skill of the artisan.The epithet Pancamukha is the Sanskrt term for the one with five (‘panca’) faces (‘mukha’). The five faces are of Lakshmi Varaha, Mahaveera Garuda, Anjaneya, Karala Ugraveera Narasimha, and Hayagriva. A composure of fierce determination has been etched onto the expressive features of each face. The zeniths of richly detailed crowns gather at the all-devouring jaws of the Kirtimukham. Seated in lalitasana, Lord Pancamukha wields a multitude of weapons in His ten hands (He is the dashabhujadhari, the one possessed of ten arms).From the superb symmetry of the lotus pedestal, the plinth, and the aureole to the lifelike shape of the Lord’s hands and feet, this wooden sculpture has all the bearing of a magnificent work of art. The natural colour gradient of the organic medium adds to the gravitas of Lord Pancamukha.
Dashabhujadhari Lord Pancamukha Temple Sculpture
A temple sculpture is a sculpture that draws heavily from the architecture and iconography of ancient Indian temples. As such, temple sculptures are particularly ornate and especially fit to be housed in your home, office, or community temple. The Pancamukhi Hanuman that you see on this page is a fine example of the same. It is fashioned from strong, homegrown wood and infused with a world of detail. Given the difficult nature of the medium to work with, it is proof of the sheer skill of the artisan.The epithet Pancamukha is the Sanskrt term for the one with five (‘panca’) faces (‘mukha’). The five faces are of Lakshmi Varaha, Mahaveera Garuda, Anjaneya, Karala Ugraveera Narasimha, and Hayagriva. A composure of fierce determination has been etched onto the expressive features of each face. The zeniths of richly detailed crowns gather at the all-devouring jaws of the Kirtimukham. Seated in lalitasana, Lord Pancamukha wields a multitude of weapons in His ten hands (He is the dashabhujadhari, the one possessed of ten arms).From the superb symmetry of the lotus pedestal, the plinth, and the aureole to the lifelike shape of the Lord’s hands and feet, this wooden sculpture has all the bearing of a magnificent work of art. The natural colour gradient of the organic medium adds to the gravitas of Lord Pancamukha.

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